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WWE Superstars Rock Hyderabad Event With Unforgettable Dance Moves On Naatu Naatu

Some of the biggest names in WWE, including Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, Sami Zayn, and Kevin Owens, took a break from the ring to groove to the Oscar-winning song 'Naatu Naatu.'

Edited By : Malika Sahni | Updated: Sep 17, 2023 11:18 IST
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The frenzy surrounding the acclaimed film RRR’s Oscar-winning song has garnered an enormous global fanbase, demonstrating its enduring popularity worldwide.

The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Superstar Spectacle in Hyderabad last week was a massive hit, leaving fans in awe. The event was a thrilling spectacle filled with action, drama, acrobatics, and even some unexpected dance performances. While WWE rings are usually synonymous with intense competition, this event showcased a unique side of the wrestling superstars.

Some of the biggest names in WWE, including Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, Sami Zayn, and Kevin Owens, took a break from the ring to groove to the Oscar-winning song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the movie RRR. The sight of these fierce competitors dancing with such enthusiasm added an extra layer of excitement to the event.

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This unexpected display of friendship and talent left the audience and fans buzzing with excitement. It was a memorable moment that showcased a different side of WWE superstars, making the event a massive success.

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Before WWE stars, the Oscar-winning song Natu Natu Fever has previously gripped K-pop star Jungkook in addition to several other renowned celebrities. The song composed by MM Keeravani features Ram Charan as well as Jr NTR and was shot outside Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s official residence.

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First published on: Sep 17, 2023 11:16 AM IST

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